Free Aetna Dental Card for NC Residents

North Carolina Drug Card to Offer Dental Plan to State Residents to Promote Rx Awareness Week

Released by Michael Walker, Regional Manager, North Carolina Drug Card

All North Carolinians will have the opportunity to download a free Aetna Dental Access card this week. This special offer was launched to help celebrate Rx Awareness Week. North Carolina Drug
Card is a free statewide prescription assistance program that was launched in 2009.

“Our goal this week is to inform the residents that there is a program that can help them with their medication costs. Many families are struggling with the rise of health care costs and we are pleased to offer these programs to help them,” said Mike Walker, Program Director for North Carolina Drug Card.

Aetna Dental Access provides savings on dental services at over 169,000 dental practice locations nationwide. North Carolina Drug Card can offer significant savings on brand and generic medications and is accepted at most pharmacies across North Carolina. If you are unable to print a free prescription card, simply visit CVS/pharmacy and ask them to process your prescription through the program.

All North Carolina residents are eligible for this program. Simply visit to get your free Aetna Dental and prescription card. All cards are pre-­activated and can be used immediately. The Aetna Dental offer is good this week May 16-­22, 2016, only.


Ed. Note: The cards described above are offered through United Networks of America, and provide discounts at dental offices, drug stores, and medical providers. More information on drug cards may be found on the NC Dept of Health and Human Services website, though the cards are not a part of the state healthcare system. 

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